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Waiting for the Right Fulfillment

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Dec 22, 2014 at 12:16

Eschatology at this level has absorbed some of the best ecclesiastical minds over the centuries; but we must continue to defer to what was written; and at the most excruciating times, patience for the revealing is called for. As can be seen, fulfillments are occurring at certain times, yet there are cautions that must be observed as well by which similarities cannot be mistaken for the real deal.

The quotes from Daniel are compelling for the simple reason that many times in history, this description was applied to certain figures of power who sought a consolidation of power in order to bring their own 'new world order' into the historical scheme of things, only to be toppled for the lack of true fulfillment. From here, the lesson must be taken that complete fulfillment must have full scriptural authority.

From this reader's perspective, the period of America's development as a world power just prior to, during and through World War One, until the aftermath of World War Two, caused many who thought these wars were the supreme definition of the apocalypse. After it was all over, it is now seen that America was part of these set ups for the cataclysmic times now on the near horizon. But to what avail?

Definitely, Harry Truman was not an Epiphanes, even as he can be credited by default for bringing the power of empires into the nuclear age. Were he the 'little horn,' Israel would not have been accorded American support for its rebirth as Ezekiel prophesied. And therein is the key; Israel's reborn essence as a nation was the latch that needed opening to release the power of the scriptures for this age.

America's power from the twentieth century is certainly under task now, as we see the current American Administrative Chief Executive continue to run rampant over the sworn duties towards an agenda that places America's former character in a subjugated position to global aspirations consistent with the proclamation made twenty years ago, about entering the 'new world order.' Much has changed, since even then.

There seems to be a subliminal argument, much of it under certain speculation of scriptural implications, that the shadow of the Roman Empire casts its darkenking yet with the spell of imperial domination, so much so that America's interests were brought under that influence, with which America's banking domain was globalized under the Federal Reserve Act. Control of fortunes appeared to come from Europe (Ancient Rome?).

By scriptural implication and observations of the world's continuing headlong rush into scriptural fulfillments of so many passages that point to the 'end time scenario of Daniel-Revelation, your Daniel references are yet to be fully realized, for the moment. To be sure, there have been 'little horns' candidates aplenty, and any one of a dozen or so recent notables could have easily stepped into the limelight, were the timing correct.

So, what should the initiated be looking for in this age of transformative powers, of minions who would be king and tooting their little horns for power for a season; and as was proffered by Yeshua at the time of the second temple. So, what do we need to understand about the third temple that is central to the issue of the approaching 'end times?' After all, the abomination of desolation was Epiphanes' sin, so too the 'little horn.'

Further, America's apostasy is to be considered; that while Harry Truman led the nation to recognize Israel's emergence according to scripture, the current administrative situation of placing the American Chief Executive's sympathies at odds with Israel is a formative tell as well; and who is leading that outrage?

Now, someone might wonder under the auspices of the Kurdish conflict in the former regions of Syria and Turkey; what does this all mean? Simple, these are preliminaries to the movement of the world towards its destinies of empires and which are to be numbered in the graveyards of history and which one will survive. Think of these 'minor' skirmishes meant to define the alliances of the war yet to come. The European monster is looking on, waiting.

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Title Commenter Date Thread
The Kurds -- a bit of cheer for Americans [72 words]Michael S.Nov 7, 2014 10:08219209
1US firepower at work -- killing Kurds [115 words]Michael S.Sep 26, 2014 20:31218250
1Containment of an Ideological Fissile Reaction - No One is Safe [310 words]M. ToveyOct 1, 2014 15:39218250
Happy Feast of Tabernacles, Tovey. Exciting "blood moon" day. [671 words]Michael S.Oct 8, 2014 16:50218250
1Greetings at Shmini Atzeret [70 words]M. ToveyOct 14, 2014 19:31218250
News, horror movie, news... choices, choices [534 words]Michael S.Oct 17, 2014 02:50218250
Horrors-Terrors-Yet to Come - Zephaniah et al [342 words]M. ToveyNov 5, 2014 17:22218250
Current world situation: Kurds, Turks, Iranians, Saudis and the Beast [957 words]Michael S.Nov 7, 2014 11:00218250
For the Kurds -If Not the US or UN, Then Who? [339 words]M. ToveyDec 17, 2014 15:29218250
The Beast is here. [1038 words]Michael SDec 18, 2014 09:29218250
Waiting for the Right Fulfillment [685 words]M. ToveyDec 22, 2014 12:16218250
Messiah's on the way [1472 words]Michael SDec 26, 2014 07:20218250
1The Kurds are the Whey [52 words]Barry BlackSep 18, 2014 10:09218007
1Might not work [60 words]ShulSep 17, 2014 19:49217997
3Case for Kurdistan [143 words]Charlotte FriedmanSep 16, 2014 18:08217952
Kurdistan Not Possible Under Current World Circumstances [464 words]M. ToveySep 23, 2014 11:25217952
more on Kurdistan [214 words]CharlotteSep 24, 2014 07:06217952
The Middle East Will Not Be Saved Under the Current Circumstances-Kurdistan Notwithstanding [596 words]M. ToveyOct 15, 2014 18:50217952
Karma and Vietnam [604 words]Michael SJan 1, 2015 10:47217952

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